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    Default The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act ---

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...ning-firearms/

    The 2022 NDAA * H.R. 4350 * contains the provision for prohibiting gun possession in Section 529, which is titled, *Authority Of Military Judges And Military Magistrates To Issue Military Court Protective Orders.*

    The provision appears under the subtitle, *Restrictions On Access To Firearms,* contained in the directives for protective orders. It gives military courts the authority to prohibit gun possession via protective orders in two ways: 1. By giving the subject of the order an *opportunity to be heard on the order.* 2. By issuing the order ex parte. ----------------------------------- more
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    Default Re: The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act ---

    -Brandon

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    Default Re: The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act ---

    And a whole lot of Republicans voted for it.

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    Default Re: The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act ---

    Quote Originally Posted by BSH View Post
    And a whole lot of Republicans voted for it.
    Yep. It seems both political parties do not want to hold to the oath they have taken and protect the rights of the people.
    NRA/CCRKBA/SAF

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    Default Re: The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act ---

    Quote Originally Posted by Defender View Post
    Yep. It seems both political parties do not want to hold to the oath they have taken and protect the rights of the people.
    I'm sure they believe that it's in the best interest of the people to protect their own asses first and foremost...

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